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Ben & Jerry’s Forcibly Subjects Employees to Anti-Semitic Propaganda

(Chris Parker, Headline USA) Ben & Jerry’s is now forcing its anti-Semitic views on employees, continuing a pattern of offensive wokeness by the leftist dairy conglomerate that still tries to pass as grassroots cool.

The ice cream maker continues to push the conspiracy theory that Israel is actually occupied Palestinian territory, reported Just the News. Those views are highlighted during a series of training videos that new employees are required to watch before they begin working.

The video is narrated by Omar Shakir of Human Rights Watch, an organization that’s also known for its anti-Semitic views. Shakir was expelled from Israel for heavily promoting boycotts against the country.

Ben & Jerry’s insists that its anti-Semitic views stem from perceived human rights violations against Palestinians by Israel. However, their products are still sold in Crimea, Western Sahara, Tibet and other areas well-known for their human rights violations.

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Unilever, the parent company of Ben & Jerry’s, also continues to sell other products in the West Bank.

The ice cream maker has made headlines for its radical political stances (especially those related to Israel) and faced severe backlash for it.

Last year, the state of Arizona pulled public funding over the company’s boycott of Israel. They also lost millions in pension funds and may soon face legal backlash from both red and blue states.

Both sides have also urged the SEC to investigate the motivation behind Ben & Jerry’s policies for possibly breaking the law.

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Despite this, Ben & Jerry’s still refuses to sell its ice cream in The West Bank and East Jerusalem.

This isn’t the only the time that Ben & Jerry’s has faced criticism for supporting far-Left policies. Last year, the company came under fire after releasing an ice cream flavor in support of the defund the police movement.

They also urged the people of Burlington, Vermont, to significantly reduce their police force. That likely led to a 30% funding cut that followed, forcing local businesses to take security into their own hands.

They promoted the flavor with a message that echoed the far-left conspiracy theory that our nation’s justice system is inherently racist.

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